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The Stone Church of Willow Glen

Welcome! The Stone Church of Willow Glen is a vibrant, inclusive, progressive spiritual community. All individuals and families are welcome to join us for worship, music, and fellowship. 1937 Lincoln Avenue . San Jose, CA 95125 . (408) 269-1593 . www.stonechurch.org

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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by John Lennon
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Performed by the Children's Choir at the Stone Church of Willow Glen
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Franz J. Haydn
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The Chancel Choir at the Stone Church of Willow Glen perform "The Heavens Are Telling" by Franz J Haydn
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Kurt Bestor
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The choir at the Stone Church of Willow Glen presents "Prayer of the Children" as the anthem for the Sunday morning service. "If anyone reading this blog knows of a choir or a recording featuring my song, I would love to hear from you. I'm trying to connect the dots where all the places it has been sung. Perhaps this small offering of mine can be a catalyst for peaceful change in a very troubled world. I'm thankful everyday for the still, small place where this song came from. I...
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, San Jose, Christian
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Caryl Westerberg
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The Lord's Prayer sung and signed by the children of the Stone Church of Willow Glen.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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As part of the June 17, 2012 service, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry sings "Close Every Door to Me" from Joseph and the Technicolor Dream Coat.
Topics: PC(USA), Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, Church Service, Sermon, Presbyterian, Christian
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Caryl Westerberg
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The Lord's Prayer sung and signed by the children of the Stone Church of Willow Glen
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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As their last appearance before the summer break, the Chancel Choir of the Stone Church of Willow Glen performs Mozart's "Coronation Mass" with Nancy Kromm directing. Kristi Van Nostran, Mission Partner in El Salvador, delivers "A Missionary Moment." Please note: due to technical difficulties this recording ends prematurely.
Topics: PC(USA), worship service, Presbyterian, Christian, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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The rainbow flag waves outside of the Stone Church of Willow Glen as we listen to Rev. Dr. Ken Henry on his guitar as he sings Stephen Iverson's "Peace, Be Still."  Enjoy.
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by African American Spiritual from the Presbyterian Hymnal
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As part of his sermon, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry, sings "I Jesus to Walk with Me." Don Foster accompanies on piano.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Henry Mollicone
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As part of Celebration/Consecration Sunday, the Stone Church Chancel choir with soloist Jon-Mark Hurley perform "Hear Me, Redeemer" written and conducted by Henry Mollicone.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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At the Beginning of Day is a recording that gently coaches the listener to begin the dayâs activities with a calm spirit. Before work, before the kids get up, before addressing those pressing demands on our âto-do lists,â this recording challenges us to find perspective and clarity as the morning dawns.
Topic: meditation
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Stone Church Children's Choir
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The Stone Church children's choir sings Siyahmaba directed by Peggy Spool.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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In Gal. 3:23-29 When Paul addressed the church in Galatia, he addressed the possibility of some followers of Christ treating other followers of Christ as second class Christians. In his sermon, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry reflects on this and "Prayer of the Children" by Kurt Bestor. Looking at the results of the recent election, Henry asks, "Do our polarized stands get in the way of our cooperating. Are we too divided to work on things that really matter?" Rev. Marge Palmer reads...
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, San Jose, Christian
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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Are we open? Are we closed? Can we make this church work for all people? Exploring Paul's letter to the Philippians 2:1-15, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry explains that even with all our differences, even when the church faces changes, it is faith that binds us together. Liturgist Donald Foster reads from Acts: 2:42-47.
Topics: PC(USA), Christian, Presbyterian, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, CA
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Caryl Westerberg
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Picture of Rev. Dr. Ken Henry and the Stone Church children.
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On this Easter Sunday, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Isaiah 25:6-10, 1 John 4:7-21, and John 20:1-18.
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Stone Church of Willow Glen, Christian, Church Service
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Wayne Watson, arr. by Kevin McChesney
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The bell choir at the Stone Church of Willow Glen performs "Almighty." Directed by Jean Raby
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Scott Dalgarno
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Second in the series on the Beatitudes, Guest preacher Rev. Scott Dalgarno speaks on "Blessed are Those who mourn." Liturgist Pamelah Landers reads from 2 Samuel 18:24-33.
Topics: John 12, Scott Dalgarno, Beatitudes, PCUSA, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, Caryl Westerberg
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Vivace Youth Chorus
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The Vivace Youth Chorus, directed by Peggy Spool sings Gloria a Dios and Creo en Dios by Francisco Nunez during the service at the Stone Church of Willow Glen.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Daniel L. Raby
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Handbell Choir at Stone Church, March 2011
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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In this second in a series of services celebrating music, the Rev. Dr. Ken Henry explores gospel music. Drawing from gospel greats such as Mahalia Jackson (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRVzOV5ZaLs&feature=related), Henry says that the message of gospel music is there is always tomorrow. In times of trial, and you ask "How did I get over?" Henry answers that God is with you every step of the way.
Topics: PC(USA), Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, Church Service, Sermon, Presbyterian, Christian
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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In the wake of the Japanese earthquake, tsunami, and impending nuclear disaster, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry asks us to raise up the people of Japan and step up when called upon. He asks us to find the higher ground that brings compassion and stand with the folks who need to be alleviated from their suffering. Liturgist Katherine Webb Calhoon reads from Matthew 4:1-11.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Gabriel Fauré
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The Chancel Choir of the Stone Church of Willow Glen performs Fauré’s Requiem. Directed by Nancy Kromm.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Fred Bock and John Greenleaf Whittier
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The choir at the Stone Church of Willow Glen performs "The Tree of Peace" for the Sunday service.
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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A quintessential service from the Stone Church of Willow Glen on 5/22/2011. Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaching.
Topics: PC(USA), Christian, Presbyterian, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, CA
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For their last performance before their summer break, the Stone Church of Willow Glen choir performs a choral sermon by Felix Mendelssohn with Andrews Metzger, tenor; Liliane Cromer, mezzo soprano; Stephen Boniface, pianist; Donald Foster, organist, and Nancy Kromm, conductor.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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On October 16, 2011, The Stone Church of Willow Glen delivers a service filled with music. Even in his sermon, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry, twice breaks out in song.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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"What you eat is what you are." Rev. Dr. Ken Henry draws from Proverbs 4:10-23 discussing the importance of careful care and feeding of the heart. Liturgist Walter Roach reads Colossians 3:12-17.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Nan Swanson
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For "Celebrate the Gifts of Women" Sunday, Rev. Aimee Moiso delivers a sermon written by Rev. Nan Swanson.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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For this Sunday morning service, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry community.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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On this Transfiguration Sunday, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaches on Matthew 17:1-9 and 1 Corinthians 2:1-12. In his sermon, Henry asks us to pay attention to how we perceive the world.
Topics: PC(USA), Christian, Presbyterian, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Laraine Pitcher
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Ballad of Ken Henry Come listen to a sermon by a man named Ken. From Santa Cruz to Oregon his calling came … and then While sittin’ with his family in a church in San Jose, He looked around and thought: “I’d really like to stay. To preach that is. Presbyterian, too! Well the first thing ya know we have a vacancy. A group is formed to have a look and see. To meet our congregation’s needs is quite a task for sure. A list a mile long – like everything – and more. Inclusiveness, that...
Topics: Stone Church of Willow Glen, Ken Henry, Presbyterian, Christian, PC(USA)
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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The hymn 'A Mighty Fortress Is Our God' focuses on a word that bring great changes. In his sermon, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry reflects on this word.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaches on John 4:5-15, 27-28a, "Jesus talks to the Woman at the Well."
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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Drawing from diverse sources such as Luke 14:25-33, John Mayer's "Something's Missing" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogInSvYfjHw) and even a front page article "Midlife Crisis in the San Jose Mercury news Rev. Dr. Ken Henry illustrates that even with everything we have, something is missing, the purpose for why we are here. People in their 40s and 50s fear loosing assets more than they fear dying. We're living in a time of overload. Do you appreciate the benefits that...
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PCUSA, San Jose, Presbyterian
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Dharwati Blackwood
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âInocuous torture is an oxymoronâ ~Dharwati Blackwood. To mark June torture awareness month, Dharwati Blackwood gives us a brief glimpse of the torture her husband suffered in the hands of the South African Government for his protests during apartheid. Dharwati asks us to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves and to work for the eradication of all torture.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PCUSA, Presbyterian, San Jose
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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"It's me, it's me, it's me o' Lord, standing in the need of prayer." In his sermon, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry explains that sometimes we are the ones in need of prayer. Henry goes on to explore - what are are the prayers of Jesus?
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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At the Close of Day is intended to help us wind down and let go. In this second podcast, I attempt to bring closure and, hopefully, insight into how we offer to God those anxieties and worries that keep us awake during the night.
Topics: Meditation, spirituality, christian
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by cjwest@acm.org
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In this Reformation Sunday service, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry explores the on-going reformation of the Presbyterian Church. In his sermon, Henry examines the influence of John Knox and how the church has changed. He illustrates this reformation with bagpipes. At one point in Scotland, bagpipe playing was banned on Sundays, and on this Sunday, parishioner, and the neighborhood, were greeted by the sounds of the bagpipe playing on the front steps of the church.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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Rev. Dr. Ken Henry explores the disparity between our culture, values, and beliefs to the those in the new testament, focusing on Colossians 1:15-20.
Topics: PCUSA, Christianity, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, CA, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry, Colossians 1:15-20
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Aimee Moiso
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen celebrates the Sunday after Easter with Holy Humor Sunday. Rev. Aimee Moiso delivers a sermon in rhyme about the resurrection of Christ.
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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As he reflects on the story of the birth of Jesus, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry urges us to look beyond the prophecies and miracles and focus instead on the message of hope. Liturgist Barbara Roberts reads from Luke 1:39-49.
Topics: Ken Henry, advent, Luke 1, Micah 5, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, Caryl Westerberg
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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In the first part of a three part series on King David, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry uses the king of entertainment, Michael Jackson, as a comparison to King David. Both are incredibly talented; both have sketchy personal lives. Speaking on 2 Samuel 6, where King David dances with all his might before the ark of the covenant, Rev. Henry encourages us to dance, even in the face of criticism and danger. Liturgist Judy West speaks from Mark 6.
Topics: 2 Samuel 6, Ken Henry, Caryl Westerberg, Dancing, King David, pcusa, presbyterian, Stone Church,...
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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For this September 11, 2011 Rev. Dr. Ken Henry examines the role of forgiveness in the wake of September 11. As some communities strive to forgive and some refuse to forgive, Henry refers to Matthew 18, where Jesus, when asked how many times you should forgive, replies seventy-seven
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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In this service at the Stone Church of Willow Glen, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry begins a sermon series on "High Places." In the Old Testament, the high places were where the people encountered God. In his sermon, Henry asks us, where do we go to meet with God? Henry suggests that when we offer and receive forgiveness, justice, the peace of Christ, is when we find a high place, where we meet with God.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Robert A Butziger
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For Epiphany Sunday, guest preacher Rev. Dr. Bob Butzinger reflects on the story of Jesus and how One is definitely greater than any one. Then he speaks on the importance of ecumenism and calls us to tolerate, appreciates, and love the people and religions with whom we differ and may disagree. Liturgist Jeannette Rap reads from Ephesians 3:1-6, and Rev. Dr. David McCreath gives the charge and benediction.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PCUSA, San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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What does it mean when tears come? Sometimes when tears come gushing out, we have no idea why. St. Augustine believed that tears indicated a change. As he weeps with Martha and Mary over Lazarus' Jesus realizes that he is alone in his understanding and the path he is to take. Liturgist Cindy Roberts reads from Matthew 21:1-11.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry, Patrick McDaid, Caryl Westerberg
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Where does our water come from? Where does it go? Join Rev. Dr. Ken Henry as he explores the journey our water takes through the Santa Clara Valley and the significance this water holds in our lives. The story begins in the Santa Cruz mountains, passes through dams and fish ladders, through downtown San Jose and the pollution control plant and ends in the San Francisco Bay.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, Christian, Presbyterian, PC(USA)
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. David Beamer
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The Rev. Dr. David Beamer, Pastor Emeritus preaching.
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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After opening a pile of Christmas presents, Dennis the Menace asks, "Is this all?" In this epiphany season, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry reminds us that the greatest gifts are not wrapped and under the tree, but are those of the heart: the restoration of hope and faith. Henry asks us to listen to what the spirit of God is saying to us in 2011. Liturgist Claudia Hamm reads from Isaiah 43 and Acts 8.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, San Jose, Christian, sermon
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by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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For this consecration Sunday, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry starts with Acts 16:16-34 where Paul and Silas are imprisoned for helping a slave posessed with a spirit. Henry asks "Where does God fit in my real life?" The Guacamole players join Henry and perform their final skit from the Stone Church Refectory. Henry also reads from Luke 21:1-4. In his sermon Henry refers to the Colin Hay "Waiting for my real life to begin." Listen to his song at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4tcRlHY-3Q
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PCUSA, San Jose, Presbyterian, San JOse
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Sunday morning service at the Stone Church of Willow Glen. Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaching.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Aimee Moiso
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"What do you want for Christmas?" On this third Sunday of Advent, Rev. Aimee Moiso contrasts the gift giving of Christmas with the yearning and desire of the soul for a homecoming of love and joy. Rev. Dr. Ken Henry reads from Isaiah 35:1-10.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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Returning from a life changing trip to Hazard, Kentucky, the members of the mission team share stories from their experience. Liturgists Kate Wheatley reads from Amos 8:1-12, and Donald Foster reads from Luke 10:38-42.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, PCUSA, Presbyterian, Christian
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by John Aney
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen welcomes the new year with music. This service is filled with guest singers and harpists. Seminary intern John Aney preaching.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by John Aney
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"Beware of texts like these, they can change lives," John Aney tells us about John 21:1-13. In this passage, the nets of the fishermen are empty. Jesus tells the fishermen to try fishing from the other side of the boat and the net is so heavy with fish they cannot bring the net into the boat. Aney ask us, "Where do you fish? And where do you throw your nets?" Quoting from Annie Lamont, "You start where you are. Do the next right thing. Don't worry about the last wrong...
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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Mother's Day Service at the Stone Church of Willow Glen, San Jose CA. Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaching.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Aimee Moiso
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Speaking form Acts 1:15-26 Rev. Aimee Moiso observes that choosing Matthias as one of the 12 disciples was effectively like rolling the dice. This is similar to other events in our own lives, things seem to happen by chance.
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For this Pentecost service we hear Liturgist Steve Nelson, Rev. Marge Palmer, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry, and Katherine Stutz read in turn from Acts 2:1-21. Steve Nelson also reads from Corinthians 12:4-14. For his sermon Henry compares the story of Pentecost with the story of the City of Babel or Tower of Babel (Genesis 11:1-9). Both stories start with the gathering of people. According to Henry, the story of Babel is not about trying to punish the people for their lack of respect to God. Instead it...
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In his sermon, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry reflects on Pharaoh's closed heart when Pharaoh refuses to let the Israelites leave Egypt in the book of Exodus. For the children's message Rev. Henry uses the story of the Stubborn Bear to help illustrate the closed heart. As liturgist, Rev. George "Skip" Herbert reads from Exodus 10.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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In this music filled service, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry takes insight from Miller's book "Interpreting the Psalms," and preaches about psalms. While one psalm says, "Why me, Lord," another psalm will answer with "Hush, be still, I will protect you." Henry asks, "What is God saying to you?"
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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Sunday service at the Stone Church of Willow Glen.
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In this memorable service focusing on the cinema and Jesus, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry regales us during the children's sermon with his movie of Jesus, and a subsequent visit from Jesus. In his sermon Henry contrasts the cinematic "action hero" with the biblical pacifist Jesus. This sermon is accompanied with show tunes played by pianist Leroy Kromm. Liturgist Roland Neufeld reads from John 20:19-31. See the associated video at: http://blip.tv/file/3478257/
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When he was caught trespassing in a farmer's tree as a child Rev. Dr. Ken Henry had an unforgettable encounter with fear. Henry reflects on Psalm 27 saying "Psalm 27 is for those who wish to move past our fears." Liturgist Judy West reads from Daniel 7 and Luke 7.
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On this eve of Martin Luther King day, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry speaks to us about another rebellious prophet - Jonah.
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On this Palm Sunday, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaches to the Stone Church of Willow Glen from Zechariah 9:9-10, and Luke 22:39-53
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The word patience comes from a Greek word with two meanings: 1) Bearing with delay or deferring anger, and 2) Enlarging your spirit or your heart. In this Consecration Sunday sermon, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry encourages us to ask God to expand our capacity for patience.
Topics: PC(USA), Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, Church Service, Sermon, Presbyterian, Christian
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. Ken Henry
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In the aftermath of the passing of Amendment 10-A by the 219th General Assembly in 2010, Presbyterian churches across the country are choosing to part ways with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A). In an effort to explain his view on these events, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry discusses the issues and ramifications of this split in the denomination.  
Topics: PC(USA), Presbyterian, Christian, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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Rev. Dr. Ken Henry shares insights and stories from his recent journeys. As he reflects on these journeys, Henry asks, "Why feel ashamed for what God has called you to do or be?" Then after lamenting that at a low point on his journey where his only friend and comfort was the junk food, he asks, "What are the words of God you need to hear?" Henry preaches from 1 Kings 19:1-15a.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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In this season of advent, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry asks us to let go of our expectations of an idealized Christmas and let God take central place. Henry also gives his review of the movie "Blind Side." Rev. David McCreath reads Luke 3:1-6.
Topics: Malachi 3, Ken Henry, PCUSA, Presbyterian, Luke 3, Stone Church, Willow Glen, San Jose, CA, Caryl...
The Stone Church of Willow Glen
by Rev. Dr. David Beamer
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The Rev. Dr. David Beamer, Pastor Emeritus preaching.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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Sunday service at the Stone Church of Willow Glen. Rev. Irene Pak preaching.
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The Stone Church of Willow Glen
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For Transformation Sunday, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaches at the Stone Church of Willow Glen.
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On this 4th Sunday in Advent, Rev. Dr. Ken Henry preaches on God's Favorites and Mary, mother of Jesus.
Topics: Stone Church, Willow Glen, PC(USA), San Jose, Presbyterian, Christian, Sermon